Zgoda Apartments Hotel
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... and neat.
We decided that the next day we would go to visit Lodz, because it didn't seem to be that far away.
After dropping off our bags we went to the old town (using the same tram tickets we bought in the morning because we didn't stamp them yet). The old town is a pretty nice place to visit even tough it was freezing there are still plenty tourists.
Back in the hostel we made a nice meal from noodles with some meat. after a beer we slept in quite early.
... like this! While we were eating Mum spotted a little old lady across the street selling apples from her trolley. She stood alone on the street corner while people rushed past her and she looked at them so hopefully it was heartbreaking! Once we'd finished eating mum and I rushed over and bought a couple. Not the best apples I'd ever had but perhaps the best money I'd spent!
We then caught the tram to the local park in Warsaw. We'd learnt on the walking tour that 30% ...
... stomach? The author tried an egg and lettuce roll while the co-author wolfed down a salami & mozzarella roll, no problems with her system now. We found the plastic palm tree (no joke) at the Rondo Ch. De Gaulle'a and turned left up the Main Street of the New Town which of course leads to the Old Town (are you keeping up with this?) Apparently the plastic palm tree (full size) symbolises the link between Jerusalem and the Jews in Warsaw. ...
... in Lodz (pronounced whoooch). He was a friendly guy and also it appeared that the Manager was trying to help also. They left for a minute and came back, letting us know that there was an 8 person room with 4 people in it, and that they were ok with sharing the room with us. It would be free since they made a mistake. We agreed that this was ok, and he took us up 3 flights of stairs with our heavy ass bags. No elevator. I ...
... 000 Jews died in the ghetto due to overcrowding, forced labor, filthy living conditions, harsh weather, lack of sanitation, starvation and disease. In 1943, as the impending liquidation of the ghetto became clear, a group of Jewish resistance fighters led by a young man named Mordecai Anielewicz, fought and held back the Nazi army for approximately a month, in the largest instance of Jewish organized resistance to Nazi persecution seen in the ...